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chron

[krän]
(geology)
The time unit equivalent to the stratigraphic unit, subseries, and geologic name of a division of geologic time.
The geochronological equivalent of chronozone.
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In this instance, David creates a link with Moses, since the king first mentions the lawgiver and then both quotes and slightly paraphrases him, but without noting that he does so (See I Chron. 22:13; Deut.
Playing on the different senses of Israel, the Chronicler has King Abijah reaffirm the eternal validity of the Davidic promises for "all Israel" in his speech to "Jeroboam and all Israel" (2 Chron. 13:4-8).
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3:1, 13:28; and II Chron. 34:9 (which essentially paraphrases II Kgs.
The partnership represents the launch of good2gether's crisis resource, which provides Chron.com a central location for people to connect to relief effort organizations seeking volunteers, and financial and in-kind donations.
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Byron made the destruction of his army the subject of his famous lyric The Destruction of Sennacherib, based on the account in 2 Chron. 32.
Larry Crowson with the Houston Police called it a "tragic accident" and said the gun was legally purchased, (https://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Child-shot-and-killed-at-northwest-Houston-13539766.php) Chron reported.
twitter: @Evening Chron tel: 0191 201 6446 email: ec.news@ncjmedia.co.uk facebook: facebook.com/newcastlechronicle BY CAR: The A189 Killingworth Road is still closed due to ongoing roadworks between West Farm Avenue and A191 Benton Park Road/ Freeman Road.
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Levites stand alongside the Kohanim, often doing the work which formerly was the prerogative of the priests alone, such as bringing the sacrificial blood to be dashed on the altar to the priests (II Chron. 30:16 ff).